Art Nouveau Links

This is a selection of interesting Art Nouveau links that we have come across. If you know other links that you recommend, please send us an email.

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The Gaudi phenomenon (Barcelona)
"El fenomeno Gaudi" is an informative blog about the works of the architect Antoni Gaudi Cornet (1852-1926). In Spanish.
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Sculpture workshop Luis Gueilburt - A. Gaudi collection (Barcelona)
This blog from Luis Gueilburt, Academic director of the Gaudi workshop of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, gathers workshops, restorations, conferences and exhibitions about Gaudi. In Spanish and French.
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Art Nouveau European Route (Barcelona)
Official website of the Art Nouveau European Route where you will find information pages about each partner city and also PDF versions of the CoupdeFouet magazine. In Catalan, Castillan, French and English.
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Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (Barcelona)
The Fundació Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau dates from 1401, when the mediaeval City Council and the Cathedral Chapter commissioned the building of the Hospital de la Santa Creu, now the site of the National Library of Catalonia, to make healthcare a social project. In the early 20th century, banker Pau Gil’s legacy and Barcelona City Council’s contributions enabled construction work on a new hospital to start in 1902 in order to meet the healthcare needs of a city with a booming population. The new hospital project, commissioned to the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, was officially opened in 1930 under the name of Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. The set of pavilions designed by Domènech have become an essential point of reference in terms of the cultural heritage of Barcelona and of the world since being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. In Catalan, Castillian and English.
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Pizzeria Viena (Terrassa)
Italian restaurant in a former Art nouveau style factory. In Spanish and English.
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Museu d'Art de Cerdanyola (Cerdanyola del Vallès)
The Museum opened on 10 September 2009 in Can Domènech, an Art Nouveau work of art from the architect Gaietà Buïgas. The collection is mainly Art Nouveau and Art Déco with the collections Balcells-Buïgas, Ismael Smith et Josep Togores. In Spanish.
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Museu Can Tinturé (Fabrica de Ceramica Pujol i Bausis) (Esplugues de Llobregat)
The Can Tinturé Museums presents the tile collection of Miquel Salvador - more than 3000 tiles of different styles and models from 14th to 19th century, as the first monoraphic museum on the subject in the world. In French.
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The "Vapor" Aymerich, Amat y Jover (Terrassa)
The "Vapor" Aymerich, Amat y Jover, today museum of sciences and techniques of Catalunya, built by the architect Lluis Muncunill i Parellada from 1907 to 1909. In Catalan, Castillan, English and French.
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Mercat de la Independencia (1903-1906) (Terrassa)
Central market of Terrassa built from 1904 to 1908 by architects Antoni Pascual i Carretero and Melcior Vinyals i Muñoz. In Catalan.
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Confiteria Vidua Carné (Farmacia Albinana) (1908) (Terrassa)
Former Art Nouveau sweetshop, today turned into a pharmacy. In Catalan.
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Casa Joaquim Freixa (1894) (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau house built in 1894 by the architect Lluis Muncunill. In Catalan.
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Societat General d'Electricitat (1908) (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau building by Lluis Muncunill, today turned into a restaurant. In Catalan.
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Ajuntament de Terrassa (1900-1902) (Terrassa)
Neo-gothic and Art Nouveau city hall by Lluis Muncunill. In Catalan and Spanish.
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Gran Casino (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau style casino built in 1920 in Terrassa. In Catalan.
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Casa Baltasar Gorina (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau house built in 1902 by Luís Muncunill Parellada. In Catalan.
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Magatzem Pasqual Sala (Terrassa)
Great building by the architect Joan Trays Urgellès. In Catalan.
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Casa Emili Matalonga (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau style house built in 1904. In Catalan.
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Casa Jacint Bosch (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau style house built in 1912 by the architect Josep Ros i Ros. In Catalan.
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Magatzem Joaquim Alegre (Terrassa)
Building by Lluis Muncunill from 1904. In Catalan.
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Magatzem Torras (Terrassa)
Building by Melcior Viñals i Muñoz, 1914. In Catalan.
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